javax.swing.text.BadLocationException: Invalid offset=-1 not within <0, 6768>

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    Root Cause Analysis

    1. javax.swing.text.BadLocationException

      Invalid offset=-1 not within <0, 6768>

      at org.netbeans.editor.Utilities.checkOffsetValid()
    2. abeille
      Utilities.getLineOffset
      1. org.netbeans.editor.Utilities.checkOffsetValid(Utilities.java:1331)
      2. org.netbeans.editor.Utilities.getLineOffset(Utilities.java:613)
      2 frames